Us Army Service Member Murdered

FBI Seeking Info In The Murder of Pregnant U.S. Army PFC Amanda Gonzales

The FBI is seeking information regarding the 2001 murder of U.S. Army Soldier Pfc. Amanda Gonzales in Hanau, Germany.  Gonzales, 19, was four months pregnant at the time of her murder. 

g information regarding the 2001 murder of U.S. Army Soldier Pfc. U.S. Army Soldier Pfc. Amanda Gonzales
U.S. Army Soldier Pfc. Amanda Gonzales

Her body was found on November 5, 2001, in her third-floor barracks room on Fliegerhorst Kasern, near Hanau, Germany, after she did not report for work.  Gonzales, on her first assignment in the Army, was assigned to the Headquarters Supply Company of the 127th Aviation Support battalion as a cook at the time of her death.  The cause of death was ruled a homicide by asphyxiation.

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